Now called Rush River Commons, the former Black Kettle development moves forward
By Dennis Brack
Three supervisors open to the project
By Tim Carrington for Foothills Forum
Clarification: This story has been updated from the print edition version to more accurately represent Supervisor Debbie Donehey’s position on the project.
The Black Kettle Commons Project — suspended somewhere between a vision and a formal proposal — has quietly cleared a show-stopper hurdle, with three County Supervisors now open to a boundary adjustment that would slightly enlarge the town of Washington and pave the way for the mixed-use development to advance.